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Just a Little Love

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Just a Little Love
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Studio album by Reba McEntire
ReleasedJanuary 1984
RecordedOctober–December 1983
StudioSound Stage Studios, Nashville, TN
GenreCountry
Length33:50
LabelMCA
ProducerNorro Wilson
Reba McEntire chronology
Behind the Scene
(1983)
Just a Little Love
(1984)
My Kind of Country
(1984)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars link

Just a Little Love is the seventh studio album by Reba McEntire, and the first on her second label, MCA Records, released in early 1984. The album's singles were its title track and "He Broke Your Memory Last Night." Both songs charted on Hot Country Songs, with the former reaching #5 and the latter reaching #15.[1]

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Just a Little Love"Dennis Morgan, Stephen Allen Davis3:56
2."Poison Sugar"Dennis Knutson, A.L. Owens3:03
3."I'm Gettin' Over You"Davis, Morgan3:20
4."You Are Always There for Me"Norro Wilson, Wayland Holyfield3:54
5."Every Second Someone Breaks a Heart"Richard Brossman3:35
6."Tell Me What's So Good About Goodbye"Allen Henson, Keith Palmer3:30
7."He Broke Your Memory Last Night"Dickey Lee, Bucky Jones2:49
8."If Only"Holyfield, Amy Sky3:38
9."Congratulations"Dave Gibson, Patti Stephens2:52
10."Silver Eagle"Janis Carnes, Rick Carnes, Chip Hardy2:54

Personnel

Adapted from the AllMusic credits.[2]

Chart performance

Album

Chart (1984) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 23

Singles

Year Single Peak positions
US Country CAN Country
1984 "Just a Little Love"[1] 5 37
"He Broke Your Memory Last Night"[1] 15 19

References

  1. ^ a b c "Reba McEntire - Chart history | Billboard". www.billboard.com.
  2. ^ "Just a Little Love - Reba McEntire | Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic.


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